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There is always something to look forward to at the MS Alliance! Check out what's coming up...

  • The return of the Geezers for everyone's favorite fundraiser has unfortunately been postponed. A new date and time will be announced soon!

  • Christen Kutz is returning to Biaggi’s on behalf of EMD Serono to talk about Mavenclad. If you haven’t yet had an opportunity to hear about this prescription medicine used to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis, now is your chance. Enjoy a wonderful lunch among friends and get all your questions answered! Early registration is recommended!

  • Men's Support
    Men's Support

    Long hailed as the one place where men can speak freely about their MS concerns and receive truly targeted feedback and encouragement, our Men's Support Group now meets weekly over Zoom on Mondays at 11:00am. To receive a Zoom link, contact the office.

  • Every Monday, our Pueblo members meet to support one another and discuss the locally-encountered concerns and treatments options for MS suffers. This focused and welcoming group begins at 1:00pm and is currently being held over Zoom.

  • A place where girls can be girls in a supportive environment based on friendship. This group is currently meeting over Zoom.

  • Now meeting regularly on the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon, this tight-knit support group is as much about neighbors as it is about MS.

  • Every Wednesday at 1:30pm, Patty Gladfelter provides individualized physical therapy for participants dealing with the varied and often debilitating effects of multiple sclerosis. Classes are currently being hosted over Zoom. Check the Event Calendar each week for Patty's handouts and her session videos.

  • Because our members requested it, we've created a group that everyone can attend together. Our Social Group meets every Thursday, at 1:00pm. Make it a regular part of your weekly routine!

  • Coming Soon: Caregivers Support Group
    Coming Soon: Caregivers Support Group

    Because caregivers need care too. This new support group is still in the planning phase, but look for it to join our group lineup soon!